On 23 September 2009, the Bank of Mexico introduced two commemorative banknotes: a paper one to celebrate the bicentennial of independence, and a polymer one to celebrate the centennial of the Mexican Revolution. The 100-peso commemorative with series A/A-A/E has an error in the microprinted text. On the front, theRead More…

On 23 September 2009, the Bank of Mexico introduced two new commemorative banknotes. The 200-peso paper note celebrates the bicentenial of independence. It is also noteworthy because it’s the first note in the world with a new security feature: the Pixel watermark, developed by ArjoWiggins Security. A new development inRead More…

In a press release dated 23 September 2009, the Bank of Mexico announced the immediate introduction of two new commemorative banknotes: a paper one to celebrate the bicentennial of independence, and a polymer one to celebrate the centennial of the Mexican Revolution. Each will be limited to 50 million piecesRead More…

Some Canadian 10-dollar notes printed in 2007 with the Jenkins-Dodge signature combination were printed on paper intended for 20-dollar notes. They therefore have Queen Elizabeth’s portrait and the number 20 as the watermark, a security thread with demetalized “Canada 20”, and the holographic stripe with the number 20. There areRead More…